“Hi, my name is Osprey. Funny name for a kitty, isn’t it? My sister, Twig, and I were rescued by a teacher who found us all alone in a schoolyard in Portland. She brought us back to town and surrendered us to Tillamook Veterinary Hospital. The folks there checked us out, neutered and vaccinated us, and even put chips in us to help you find us if we get lost. Then they referred us over to the nice people at United Paws of Tillamook who are helping us find our forever home. We’re eight months old, and we are bonded sisters, so it would be best if we were adopted together.”
“So, what are we like. As for me, I will be the one running to the door to greet you when you come home. I’m sweet and curious. I would love to fulfill my big sister duties and stay with little sister, Twig, who is kinda shy and needs a reassuring hand or paw. Twig would do best away from dogs and a busy household. She is craving a safe home and the freedom to explore and jump up in your window sill. Twig will think about running when you approach her,but she really longs to be petted and will stay for the cuddle. She would do best if she could go to her new home with her big sister, me, to help build her confidence in a quiet, dog-free home. She craves a cozy, safe den but also wants the freedom to explore and bloom.”
“So, we’re sure that we’d be the perfect additions to your home and laps. Just fill out and submit this app. We can hardly wait to meet you.”
United Paws will hold a cat flea and vaccine clinic on Saturday February 10th – by appointment only. See below for contact information.